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Brooklyn Bowl Expansion

11:01 AM Friday 8/30/13 | |

The owners of Brooklyn Bowl in Brooklyn, N.Y, will expand the brand to Las Vegas and London in 2014.

Bowl officials are moving forward on a plan to open at the Linq entertainment development in Las Vegas, in partnership with Madison Square Garden Entertainment, as well as a franchise in the complex housing O2 Arena in London, according to the New York Times.

The Las Vegas venue will be 78,000 square feet with a 2,000-capacity concert space, bowling alley, nightclub, bar and restaurant.

The London venue, in partnership with AEG, will be housed in a 28,000-square-foot space with an additional amenity of its own.

The facility will have a closed-circuit connection to video cameras and the main soundboard inside the O2 Arena so the club can broadcast live concerts, the Times said.

 

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